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Typical and Atypical Development From Conception to Adolescence

ISBN-10: 0631234675
ISBN-13: 9780631234678
Edition: 2002
Authors: Martin Herbert
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Book details

List price: $56.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/13/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

This interesting and informative account of the child's journey from conception to adolescence examines both typical and atypical development, stressing the continuities between the two.

Preface
Introduction
From Childhood to Adolescence
Parenthood
Concepts of Normality and Abnormality
Age- and Stage-Related Tasks
Crises of Development
The Developmental History
Typical Development
Where the Journey Begins
The Intrauterine Stages and Perinatal Period
Introduction
The First Steps
Conception: The Beginning of Life
Genetic Variation and Influence
The Genotype
The Human Genome Project
Similarities and Differences in Individuals and Groups
Progress from Conception to Birth
Summary of Prenatal Developments
Unanswered Questions
The Perinatal Period
Anticipation of the Birth
Fads and Fashions
The Birth: Labour and Delivery
The Mother and Postnatal Infant Care
Maternal Bonding Theory
Bonding to the Unborn Baby
The Competent Infant
Parenting
Siblings
Environmental Influences
Representational Models of the Infant
Typical Development
Infancy
Introduction
The First Relationship
The Development of Sociability
Crying And Smiling as Social Communication
The Nature of Attachment
Internal Representations and Selfhood
Development of Self--other Awareness
Early Childhood: The Pre-School Stage
Infant Growth and Development
Physical Development
The Nervous System
The Brain Growth Spurt
The Brain and Communication
Biological Basis of Personality
Sleeping Patterns
Feeding Behaviour
Perceptual, Motor and Language Development
Perceptual Development
Vision and Fine Movement
Motor Development
The Proactive Brain
Speech and Language Development
Typical Development
Adaptation and Learning
Introduction
Adjustment and Adaptation
Cultural Influences
The Family Environment
Childcare Practices
Maternal Privation and Deprivation
The Father's Role
Divorce
Adoption
Surrogate Parenting
Learning Theory
Models of Learning
The Adaptive Role of Fear
Generalized Anxiety
Early Childhood: The Pre-School Stage: Socialization and Cognitive Development
Socialization and Self-Control
Learning and Identification: Social and Moral Awareness
Social Cognition
Social Compliance
The Development of Aggressive Behaviour
Sex-Role (Gender) Identity
Socializing Tasks
Cognitive Development
Play
Theory of Mind
Middle and Late Childhood:The School-Going Child
Developing a New Individuality
Rules and Values
Expectations of Parents
Social Skills and Friendships
Exchange Theory
Siblings: The Longest Lasting Relationship
Adolescence: Leaving Childhood Behind
The Changes of Puberty
The End of Childhood
Adolescent Sexuality
Identity and Self-Image
The Ending of Puberty
Atypical Development: The Hazardous Route
Introduction
Issues Of Assessment, Definition and Measurement
The Journey Begins Again: Prenatal Influences
Genetic Influences: Inherited Abnormalities
Chromosomal Abnormalities
Genetic Accidents
Patterns of Genetic Transmission
Prenatal, Antenatal and Neonatal Screening
Behavioural Genetics
Neuropsychological Causation
The Perilous First Journey: The Inhospitable Environment
Maternal Stress and Inherited Abnormalities
Biological Adversity
Teratogens
The Hazardous Perinatal Period: The Atypical Route
The Apgar Test
Survival Repertoires
Birth Complications
Prematurity
Birth Trauma
Anoxia
Parental Attachment to Atypical Infants
Early Childhood: Atypical Physical, Sensory and Motor Development
Physical Disorders and Disabilities
Congenital Physical Anomalies
Abnormalities of Haemoglobin
Impairments of Vision
Impairments of Hearing
Motor Impairments
Impairments of Speech and Language
Executive Functions of the Brain
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